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My tool for what I do is my motorcycle

My tool for what I do is my motorcycle. I love my motorcycle so much. She is now over 20 years old and weak but I still love her. Until I have a replacement she is all I have to appreciate. When I heard of the motorcycle festival at the Independence Square I was over excited and wanted to be there.


However, the people of Adakpo Village needed my presence at their community development fundraising event. I got confused but said fun with my motorbike family will have to be sacrificed for a good cause. I chose the Village of Adakpo. I loaded my bike with supplies for the Village and hit the road. At the Motorway roundabout I saw some six tourist on bikes heading in same route for the next 100km.

We made friends instantly. We had a beautiful ride and we parted at Sogakope where they headed for the Togo border and I diverted towards the bush dirt road of Adakpo. I had great fun riding with these new friends from Poland. I got to Adakpo and also met my relative Gabby the incoming MP for Central Tongu who I will be supporting to bring massive change to the Central Tongu people and Ghana.

He helped me in giving out some of the supplies brought to the children. I also met my buddies Ivy Adjimah and Leonora Buckman who joined to support the Village event. I rode back to Accra and still got to see the last show at the Independence square.
LESSONS: When you sacrifice, God rewards your wishes a double fold. I had a super convoy ride with new friends, met my family and friends and was still back to watch the excitement at the Independence Square. 
Keep doing God’s work and he has his own way of meeting your wishes.

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